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Posted on 1998-05-06
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Is it possible to use: regedit <regfile.reg> without getting that dialog box informing that the regfile has been introduced successfully in the registry?

I mean silent mode registry file importing...

Thanks in advance: Xavier Serra
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JBirkmann earned 100 total points
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The solution is:
REGEDIT /S regfile.reg


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by:stevemiller
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I Have asked several techs where I work if this is possible and so far, the answer is NO.  However, I am still awaiting word from one more tech that really works with the registry a lot.  If it is possible, this person will know.

therefore, i'll enter this as a comment until I am positive.  But for now, I am willing to guess there is no way to do that.

steve
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Well, my tech got back to me and confirmed /s is the way, but it looks like someone got to it quicker than i did : )

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to stevemiller:
Sorry, but first come, first...
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Thanks a lot!
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